Thanks for meeting me here. I’m Beth, and I’ve been helping people like you to slow down, breathe, relieve stress, feel stronger in their bodies, quieter in the their minds, and more present in their lives.
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Life can get really busy sometimes: time seems to go by faster and faster, and finding some personal and nourishing down-time seems like a rare gift rather than the norm. While we may not be able to change that completely, we can certainly do things to take care of ourselves so that we can face all the demands of life in the 21st century with energy, ease, and awareness. My yoga and Reiki offerings can help you take care of yourself so that you can recharge and replenish, and do what you do with more joy, clarity, and balance, and from a place of strength, rather than depletion.
Are you ready to let go of the busy-ness of life?
Are you yearning to slow down, breathe, and unwind the tension and tightness?
Are you craving to move your body, build strength and develop flexibility?
Are you in need of some down-time: time that is just for you; time to nourish yourself?
Are you curious about restoring a sense of balance to your life?
Are you ready to live more fully and freely, and with more awareness?
02-Mar-2018 - You know I love this practice of yoga.It amazes me every day! Not only is it a physical practice, but it is also a breath-centered practice, a meditative practice and a practice that can completely inform, affect and transform the way we live our lives, if we allow it to.
The Yoga Sutras lay out for us the 8 limbs of yoga, which in fact include asana(the poses essentially), pranayama (the breathing essentially), dhyana (the meditation, preceded by bringing our sense awareness inward, concentrating on one thing, like the breath, and merging with that item of concentration).But before all of that are guidelines for living - a moral code, if you will – the yamas and the niyamas.
Given the popularity of the physical practice of yoga, I feel like the yamas and the niyamas are given a bit less attention.I like to think of the yamas and the niyamas as the “10 commandments” – guidelines for living your life – as they relate to your interactions with yourself and the world around you.And while I’m not going to go into each one of them here (each could be a Bliss Bite on its own), I want to bring to light the power of living your yoga off the mat.It’s something that I’m always working on, and have been focusing on in my classes this past week.